... former US Attorney for Arkansas Tim Griffin has a pretty complete collection of all the dirt on the Clintons in his possession by now. Why do you think Bud Cummins was really fired, anyway?
That job gave Griffin unlimited and unfettered access to all the old files of all the investigations ever done by the US Attorneys in Arkansas. All those discredited charges, all the memos, all the investigators' reports, everything.
At the time Cummins was fired, Hillary was the slam-dunk sure-thing nominee for 2008, and the Republicans wanted to make sure they had everything they could possibly want to leak in October.
Then Obama threw a spanner in their works, but who did the RNC just hire to run their late-start smear shop on Obama?
Too bad for him his Clinton collection will now go to waste.
... any more than the Religious Right or the Republican Party really want abortion outlawed.
She would lose this club with which she now fundraises from her remaining dead-enders and hits Obama on the stump. Seat the Michigan and Florida delegations, and she loses her remaining justification for staying on the campaign trail.
Her only hope to ever be President is to sow enough division among Democrats to weaken Obama's candidacy now. But she really doesn't want Michigan and Florida seated. If she did, she would have argued against the punishment they received from the DNC back last year, when all her top supporters established the punishment.
... that both polls fall well within the poll's margin of error. In other words, until Hillary drops this suicide-pact campaign, both candidates poll as a tie with McCain.
Once Hillary faces reality and tells her dead-enders not to vote for McCain, and her dead-enders stop telling pollsters that they will vote for McCain over Obama, he'll have at least a ten-point lead over McCain, and probably more.